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If you’re a gleebaser like me, you’re going through serious withdrawal right about now from Fox’s Golden Globe-winning comedy. Because while other network series returned from hiatus last week, Ryan Murphy’s cast is waiting until Feb. 6 to bounce back from their long holiday vacation with the wildly anticipated post-Super Bowl episode, “The Sue Sylvester Bowl Shuffle.” To tide you over until Glee’s zombie-riffic 2011 premiere, here are a few excerpts from Dianna Agron’s leg of the I Am Number Four (the Michael Bay and Stephen Spielberg-produced sci-fi film she stars in with Alex Pettyfer and Timothy Olyphant next month) press junket, in which the actress gamely described her gift to the Glee cast, explained why she won’t go to the Super Bowl and recounted her own experience with prejudice back in Texas.

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We caught up with Lea Michele (Rachel) on the Fox lot on TCA set visit day, January 12, and the Glee songstress serenaded us with talk of her co-star pals, her workout regimen, her big-screen dreams, and Rachel Berry. Our favorite takeaway? She totally hearts and identifies with Kurt. "There's a gay man in me somewhere, trust me," she said. Although she lost to a well-deserving Laura Linney in her category at the Golden Globes last night, Lea must have been as giddy as we were when Chris Colfer snagged his first statue!

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Lea Michele is lending her celebrity to PETA to convince people to boycott horse-drawn carriages in New York City. “Horses in the carriage industry are deprived of everything that makes their lives worth living,” Michele says in the PSA. “Don’t get taken for a ride.”



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by Edward Davis

Garry Marshall is evidently ramping up his production of “New Year’s Eve,” his quasi-sequel to the successful 2009 picture “Valentine’s Day” which starred an ensemble cast including Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Connelly and many, many more.

According to E! Online, “Glee” star Lea Michele will be signing on to the cast imminently and Marshall is eyeing Reese Witherspoon, Zac Efron, Halle Berry and Justin Bieber for roles in what will be another similarly-themed ensemble comedy, but will likely not star any of the actors from the previous film. All these names make sense frankly: Efron was supposed to take a role in “Valentine’s Day,” but it eventually went to Taylor Lautner, and with Hathaway, Connelly, Biel, plus Jessica Alba, Jennifer Garner, Taylor Swift out of the mix (they all appeared in the original), there aren’t that many rom-com-y actresses left that Marshall can include in the picture so Berry and Witherspoon are good choices (wait, no Jennifer Aniston?).

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In what could be a musical theater gleek’s wildest dreams, Ryan Murphy is one of four directors currently in discussions with Wicked producer Marc Platt to direct the film version of the popular musical.

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The great year for Jane Lynch (Sue) just keeps going — between Glee, magazine covers, Emmy nominations, a marriage, and even the release of her thought to be lost 2007 film I Do & I Don't, which hits DVD this week. In conjunction with the DVD release, Jane talked to Vulture and gave them the lowdown on all things Sue Sylvester.

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Kevin, Matthew, and Harry in a dance-off!



I guess the others from this event are also worth watching.

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Full list of awards:

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Matthew Morrison
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Lea Michele
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Chris Colfer
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Jane Lynch
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Mike O'Malley
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Kristin Chenoweth

Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Costumes for a Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Paris Barclay, Wheels)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (Hairography)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (Theatricality)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)

These are obviously findable anywhere but I just c&ped from here.

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